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Cogiscan Hires Dave Trail as Global Key Account ManagerJune 16, 2015 | Cogiscan Inc.
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Cogiscan Inc., the leading track, trace and control (TTC) solutions provider for the electronics manufacturing industry, has announced a new addition to its sales team. Dave Trail joins Cogiscan in the position of global key account manager.
With more than 20 years of experience in the electronics assembly industry, Dave brings a great deal of industry knowledge. He will maintain and develop the growing base of Cogiscan’s key accounts around the world with a primary focus on customer satisfaction.
Dave’s prior experience in software, capital equipment, components and value-added services have contributed to his long track record of successful sales growth and customer satisfaction.
François Monette, VP of sales and marketing at Cogiscan, said, “We are thrilled to welcome Dave to our team. With his experience and personal skills he will be able to provide real added-value to our key customers. Dave has a very customer-focused approach and he will fit right in with our corporate culture.”
For the past 15 years Cogiscan has been widely recognized as the industry-leading expert in TTC solutions for PCBAs. During this time, the scope and depth of the Cogiscan application modules have grown to the point where Cogiscan now offers a TTC solution for the complete assembly of electronic products, including box build. For more information, visit www.cogiscan.com.
About Cogiscan Inc.
Cogiscan is the leading track, trace and control (TTC) solutions provider for the electronics manufacturing industry. The scalable Cogiscan platform perfectly integrates with all major equipment types, and is highly configurable to enable a personalised solution to each customer’s specific production needs. Since 1999 Cogiscan has attained several international patents for TTC hardware and software, and has won multiple awards throughout the years. For more information, visit www.cogiscan.com.
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